We all know that our activity on the Internet is not that hard to track. It just annoys some people more than others. If you are really hardcore, you’ll learn all the ins and outs of networki…

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/124822

Do you need Kodachi? Probably not, if you are a Linux guru. Plus, most people aren’t doing anything that’s that interesting. But if you want to protect your privacy or you are up to something, give Kodachi a try. Then again, if you are that paranoid, maybe that’s just what THEY want you to do. Make your own decisions.

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maybe its worth a try maybe not. but u dont need this disro to root your traffic via tor (what i explicitly dont recommend, tor doesnt guarantee anon and privacy), you can change mac address of the device in any other distro same goes for dns.

the title of the article and also of the lemmy post is a bit clickbaity.

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For clarification. I just link to articles that I find interesting but I don’t necessarily agree with the content.

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